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Triumph Rocket 3 was summoned for a dangerous brake error

VIDEO: 2020 Triumph Rocket 3 Review – 44Teeth – The Triumph Rocket 3 commercial motorcycle has the world’s largest power and traction that has been recalled related to the ABS braking system that can endanger the rider.

Super Triumph Rocket 3 motorcycle – a large displacement motorcycle from the UK has been shocking the world motorcycle industry. This is the commercial motorcycle with the largest capacity and torque in the world up to now. Recently, the American media has said that this famous car has just had a recall order for repair because it may have a problem in the ABS brake system that can endanger the driver.

Triumph Rocket 3 has the world’s largest power, traction, and has been recalled related to the ABS brake system that can be dangerous to the rider.

Accordingly, the US media said there will be more than 1,200 Triumph Rocket 3 motorcycles that were recalled when having problems related to the ABS anti-lock braking system in the US to overcome. According to the US Department of Road Traffic Safety (NHTSA), the agency announced the recall of about 1,241 faulty Triumph Rocket 3, including 3 versions of the R, GT and TFC. and delivery of vehicles in 2020 and 2021.

NHTSA said that the hydraulic brake system of the anti-lock braking system ABS is likely to have been “aired” during the production process. When air enters the hydraulic brake unit, this part is likely to lose its function when the air balloon is too large, causing the brake shackles to lose pressure and not function. So, with a strong car like the Triumph Rocket 3, the brake shackles with such problems are easy to cause an accident.

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NHTSA said that the hydraulic brake system of the anti-lock braking system ABS is likely to have been “aired” during the production process.

Therefore, the Triumph car company in the US has offered a free recall and handling solution for Triumph Rocket 3 vehicles produced and delivered in 2020 and 2021 starting on December 16.

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